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I won’t step down for Obaseki – PDP gubernatorial aspirant, Kenneth Imasuagbon says

I won’t step down for Obaseki – PDP gubernatorial aspirant, Kenneth Imasuagbon says

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A governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr Kenneth Imasuagbon, has vowed that he will not succumb to internal or external pressure to step down for Obaseki to secure the party ticket.

Imasuagbon said it would be absurd for him to abandon his political struggle for the past 16 years to become a governor by stepping aside for Obaseki who joined the party a few days to the primary.

He said:

“The contemplation of me stepping down is preposterous. You can’t ask me to step down after my (political) struggle for the past 16 years. Why? How do I explain that to the people who laboured for me in the past 16 years? Even in the dream, I can’t have such a thought.”

Source: wuzupnigeria.com

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